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KRX: 101730
IndustryVideo games
Key people
Nam-Chul Kim (CEO)
Ju-wan Seok (CFO)
ProductsSilk Road Online, Digimon Masters
Number of employees
ParentWeMade Entertainment
SubsidiariesIO Entertainment
Kim, Nam-Chul
Born (1971-11-25) November 25, 1971 (age 52)
Alma materNational Taiwan Normal University

Joymax is a South Korean video game developer. Joymax initially published games for the PC then expanded to other platforms (including mobile devices). Joymax runs a data center in the United Kingdom and a customer service center in the Philippines.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10] They are the creators of Silkroad Online and Karma Online. They also hosted the English version of Digimon Masters until 2016.

In 2022, they were the eleventh largest company in South Korea's software and programming market sector by market capitalization.[11]


Title Developer Genre Status
Silkroad Online Joymax MMORPG Active since 2004.
Karma Online Dragonfly FPS Closed
Digimon Masters Digitalic MMORPG 2011-2016 (moved to Gameking).
ICARUS Online (aka NED Online) Joymax MMORPG Active since 2014.
Deco Online Rocksoft MMORPG Shut down in 2010.[12]


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  11. ^ Joymax falls 11% in past quarter. Company Data Report (Report). Melbourne: 14 Oct 2022 – via ProQuest.
  12. ^ "Deco Online and Darkeden shutting down". MMOHuts. 2010-12-08. Retrieved 2021-12-24.

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